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Hawaii CIO Todd Nacapuy to resign

by • 9 months ago

Nacapuy, who was hired in 2015 to turn around a struggling state IT office, will step down Dec. 31.

Partnerships, identity crafting can aid state government workforce woes

by • 1 year ago

State government doesn't have a "cool" reputation, but technology leaders say they have found success hiring new employees through new partnerships and rebranding efforts.

Department data dashboard keeps IT discussions honest in Hawaii

by • 1 year ago

A new data transparency tool is forcing more thoughtful planning by agencies and bringing objectivity to discussions with the legislature.

States look for visibility while crafting future-ready technology budgets

by • 2 years ago

On the latest episode of StateScoop’s Priorities podcast, technology leaders from Alaska, Hawaii and Ohio weigh in on their budget environments and how they’re trying to fund tech.

Hawaii tax director abruptly resigns amid struggling $60 million system modernization

by • 2 years ago

Maria Zielinski left after claims that her department was covering up an outside consultant's negative findings.

Hawaii shakes up IT shop, adding new security positions and spending oversight

by • 3 years ago

With a pair of new bills taking effect, CIO Todd Nacapuy sees some major changes coming for how the state's IT agency operates.

Hawaii revamps GIS systems to improve access to accurate geographic data

by • 3 years ago

The state is unveiling a new central server for its GIS database, allowing it to share that data with the public via a cloud-based open data portal.

Elections, retirements bring in new state CIOs in 2015

by • 4 years ago

In a tumultuous year for state information technology, more than 20 states welcomed new CIOs due to changes from elections, retirements or resignations.

Hawaii gov. orders new IT project controls to prevent future failures

by • 4 years ago

CIO Todd Nacapuy now has greater review power over hefty technology projects, following a string of bungled IT efforts.

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